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PBS
Jan 12, 2013 12:00am PST
utterly and totally and completely alive and in your own space. tavis: that's it. >> i can't duck and cover and be halfway there. i have to be so utterly and totally alive and that means that, if i go down in flames, it's gonna hurt like holy hell. but even when you go down in flames, you know you are so utterly here on the planet. really, why are we here as human beings except to feel what the experience is to be human even when that hurts really bad? tavis: that's probably what it means to be human, you know. >> yeah. tavis: you mentioned in this conversation that you are, obviously, at this point a woman of a certain age. >> yeah. tavis: was there ever a point or points, plural, you tell me, where you thought that this kind of epic opportunity would not come your way once you crossed a certain age, certain plateau? >> well, of course, yes, absolutely. i'm not, you know, offered a lot of or any films. much of my career and certainly more recently i've had to say, well, then why are you really in this? what do you really want, field? other than i've had to make a living, for good
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2013 6:00pm EST
that in michael and kitty's face again. it's not a pleasant story because michael blames himself utterly for losing a 17-point lead that he had four years ago at about this time. i have subsequently been told, to my surprise, that michael is reading the book, and i think kitty will read it, too, but i don't know exactly how they'll react to it. it's certainly not a pleasant story, but i hope i've given them their size and their innings during the thing. c-span: is he honest? >> guest: michael? utterly, yes, but he doesn't know a lot about himself. he's not a guy who dwells in his inner realm. i have to tell you -- this isn't about michael, but you were asking about whether you could sit down and talk with these fellows about themselves. i was hanging around the white house one night with marlin fitzwater, and marlin says to me, "you want to see the president?" so i said, "yeah, sure. yes, definitely." so he says, "well, come out to the diplomatic entrance. he's saying goodbye to walesa." lech walesa was upstairs in the residence tying one on. so, sure enough, we get to the doors there an
Comedy Central
Jan 17, 2013 11:00pm PST
. [cheers and applause] ing for about utterly tanking your first debate, tyrants don't show up for those. the real debate for tyrants is how big you want to go with the sunglasses? i guess it's summed by the old homily first they came for the guns and i said nothing because >> jon: welcome back. the president has taken bold action with his recent executive action but not every idea coming from the white house works out as plan. >> we're launching an online tool called we the people to allow the americans to directly petition the white house. >> jon: have you met us? it was the grandest experience in direct democracy since jefferson allow ever american to suggest policy after the carrier pigeon was discontinued for hygienic regions. that photo was not retouched. it was a noble effort. only 5,000 signatures needed to get an official government response which was a low ball. did they not how the internet work? 5,000. the kony2012 petition got nine million hits. could you get a petition to leave kony alone for 5,000. >> one critic of gun laws is piers morgan. over 80, to have signed requests
KBCW
Jan 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
- def doppler completely and utterly dry. last month we had a foot of rainfall and this month we've had 1/2 of 1 inch of rainfall, big change because of this dome of high pressure and it's not moving. the storm track is about 700 miles to our north keeping all the rainfall very far from the bay area. until high pressure moves and i don't see that happening for five or six days, it's stuck here. you're stuck with the sunshine and highs in the 60s and chilly mornings, i know, cry us a river, but that's your forecast for a while. we'll still be cold inland. temperatures down near freezing each night, but afternoons mild with highs in the 60s through next tuesday and the mainly dry weather apparent will be here a while, slight chance of a rain shower next wednesday. that is it. 60s tomorrow, 66 san jose, livermore 60, half moon bay 60 degrees, walnut year, san ramone, danville, pittsburg, concord right around 60. santa rosa tomorrow 63 degrees. highs in the low 60s in january. we'll do it again saturday, sunday, why not monday? tuesday looking good. i don't see any organized rainfall the ne
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2013 2:30pm PST
, and it would be an amazing improvement for the park if this road were basically utterly destroyed and turned into a winding country lane, but thank you. >> next speaker, please? >> commissioners, my name is ken mcgary and i volunteered with save the park. and we are dedicated to understanding and and protecting the wild places and we organize parties and send out newsletters around to 1,000 friends of the park. and i am active in the collaborativive which brings together neighbors and community groups working for positive change and the neighbor and advocates have discussed ways to improve mancell, some of the stuff that has long been discussed, lane calms and traffic protections would open up the ridge lane to runners and cyclists and moms with baby strollers, it would also reconnect the north and south halves of the park and bring back the less hectic pass of the road build in 30s. >> the plan included closing one side to auto traffic to reclaim several acres of road bed as a new park. we think that this approach deserves serious study and could bring an exciting new public promenade that
SFGTV
Jan 16, 2013 1:00am PST
. >> how busy was your dispatch line? >> we were utterlying overwhelmed for almost the entire evening. >> thank you. next item. >> moving on item 8 is the citizens' advisory committee report. [ inaudible ] >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. i am substituting today for dan murphy, who has been ill for a while and we thought we better get these recommendations to you as quickly as we could. i am presenting recommendations. we came up with at our october and december meetings of last year. the first two concern church street and transit improvements there. the mta cac recommends that both the church street transit-only lane and the 76x marin express pilot projects proceed as presented. the cac requests that staff report back to the mta cac quarterly on their findings and at the end of the pilot project. cac recommends that the tep staff use other appropriate tools on the church street project including transit preferential significants and recommends that the agency take into account all modes flowing through the dubois/church intersection whether or not through signage or signal
FOX
Jan 2, 2013 5:00pm EST
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CBS
Jan 25, 2013 7:00pm EST
a woman was walking along texting her boyfriend. utterly failing to see the canal right in front of her. she falls in there. she just wasn't looking. she says out of the corner of her eye, she thought she saw some ice, but it was the water. she fell right in. she was in trouble. it was cold. luckily, a passer by helped get her out of there. then again, so will this video, which has now gone viral and will be there to embarrass her when she's old enough to have grandchildren. >> it is dangerous, i've seen that. that's not good. >> crossing water? >> we want to hear what you think. send your e-mails to mcginty's mail bag. the address is mailbag@wusa9.com. 9news now will be so if you have a flat tire, dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 7:00pm EST
to the east coast and the west coast. you are completely wrong, tyson. you have the story utterly wrong, utterly wrong and all the refiners are in favor of this. the rest of it we will send, by the way, to latin america, to our friends in latin america, where our two-way trade is going to increase substantially and on top of that you're losing us $150,000 indirect jobs or 200,000 indirect jobs and a solid 25,000 direct jobs. at some point you got to just stop being an obstructionist. the economy needs this stuff. >> there's a lot of other multi-billion dollar investments that can create as many or more jobs in sustainable energy infrastructure that isn't going to result in more catastrophic storms -- >> like solyndra. more government handouts that bankrupt the taxpayers and the federal government. you know, what that's probably what's going to happen. at the end of the day, i hate to say this, obama is going to put more phony green taxpayer subsidies to more companies that will go bankrupt and on the side made -- >> you have thousands that have made money off the industry. >> now, house
FOX News
Jan 27, 2013 11:00pm PST
. fine except for that it utterly opposite to the president's policy and foreign policy agenda. either she doesn't believe that and was saying it for her further political prospects or has been utterly rolled by this president and does not have a lot of influence with his administration. >> chris: benghazi, what difference does it make which was the big line that came out. does that stay with her or foregotten? >> certainly stays with her but four years from now it will be placed in a broader context i think. i think the sound bite will always be with her. she wanted to o be emotional and i think she was effective in the hearings. think of all of the sound bites out there from hillary clinton. that is one of many. and four years from now, you know, who knows. >> chris: what is wrong with us that we are already talking about 2016? thank you, panel. see you next week. check out panel plus where our group picks right up with the discussion on our website fox newssunday .com. we will post the video before noon eastern time. follow us is on twitter @ fox news sunday. up next, our power play
NBC
Jan 24, 2013 2:05am EST
can't do me. you tried to do me and you failed utterly. >> and after that, you guys became good buddies. >> actually, yes. >> al sharpton is another guy. he wanders the hall around here. that's one of the ones you enjoy doing. >> he's your favorite. >> it is my favorite, because he's colorful, powerful. i played all these colorful, powerful dudes. you can see, i got nothing, you know, i'm, like, bland compared to the guys i play. >> show us a little sharpton. what does he do that's unique? >> he is utterly himself, very unique to just be yourself, you know. how does he go -- you know -- i grew up here in brooklyn, and i would come home from school and my mother would make blueberry pie. i would sneak some of the pie. she would say, you sneak pie. i said, no, i didn't sneak pie, but i would have blueberry all over my face. that's how i feel about republicans. they say, oh, no, we didn't wreck the economy. but they got blueberry all over their face. they were the ones eating the pie! >> that was so good. we love you. the garden of laughs comedy event, this saturday, january 26th a
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2013 9:00am EST
that will out -- utterly change your life. a confession about one of the biggest superstars of human history, god. you are not a popular kid. in fact, other kids either ignore you or keep you from getting anywhere near their backyard play sessions, their baseball diamonds, their clubs and their parties. when they do pay attention to you, to take aim. they kick soccer balls in your face. they grab your hat and pay toss with it over your head while you run back and forth trying to yank it back out of the heights above your reach. or they pry your textbooks from your arms and throw them on the lawn covered in dog droppings. no one your age wants you in buffalo, new york. but one saturday afternoon you are sitting alone in your family's big, dark living room. you open a book you've never seen on the shelves before, and you see something that does welcome you. why? it's a colleague of deadmen, and deadmen have no choice. the two heros you glue yourself to, two heroes not in a position to object if you tag along are galileo and the inventor of the microscope. these are men b who shuffled off this
CNN
Jan 6, 2013 8:00am PST
, that the media have utterly failed in the last couple of years to hold republicans accountable. true or false? >> true. i wouldn't say utterly failed. >> largely failed? >> largely failed. >> overwhelmingly failed. embarrassingly failed. there is, as you said at the outset, a norm in journalism. i think it's been reinforced by the outside groups from accuracy and media to fair. the ready to pounce any time there's any sense of bias. the desire to avoid bias means that you fall back on reporting it as if it's he said/she said. they're both equally culpable except in instances where they are not. >> tom, hasn't the press pretty consistently pointed out the influence of the tea party and the way the gop has moved to the right, particularly during the presidential primaries. i've read 1,000 stories about that. >> there have been a number of stories on that particular point, but it really hasn't captured the broader phenomenon that's been at work for well over a decade. the republican party is very much together like a tea party now. they're ideological commitments have moved far to the right and
FOX News
Jan 22, 2013 7:00pm PST
successful and it's utterly wrong. because they're driving america. >> sean: utterly. >> stop it. they're driving america to bankruptcy. they doesn't say a word about the debt, which goes up and up. >> sean: one quick question for dana because we had a battle last week on the program. i, stuart and i want to be more-- want the republicans to be more aggressive. you think that-- >> they should be more persuasive. >> sean: but, you want-- how do you, you want to negotiate? >> to be aggressive on the merits and persuade people that your ideas based on facts, experience and looking at all of the evidence, would be better for the country, rather than just-- >> we've got to go, i can see joe biden, and i'm going to die and he's going to drill out any gold in my teeth. are you old enough to have gold in your teeth. >> sean: no, many i'm-- >> and liberty and-- >> i'm not against that. >> and in favor of growth, optimism and liberty, aggressively so. >> i'm with you. >> sean: i love a good fight. >> and it's freezing in here. >> sean: i'm sorry, i like it cold. you don't want me to sweat.
LINKTV
Jan 24, 2013 3:00pm PST
't help them. and then they end up utterly and totally alone. the clinic provides basic care, but not specialized care. for that they rely on the generosity of "volunteers." we have about 175 staff members, but the wonderful thing about this agency is that we've been able to secure a lot of volunteers. we have 2,600 volunteers working with us in a year, and 600 of them alone are doctors that are providing about 35,000 patient visits in a year. part of our comprehensiveness is through intent, and part of it is serendipity, and that's good and bad. you know, when we see a need, we try to fill it. but because we frequently fill it with a volunteer, it's not always dependable. when i have a nephrologist who's volunteering, then we run nephrology clinic once a month. if the nephrologist moves out of town, we don't have nephrology clinic available here anymore. so then we will go out and look for someone to replace that physician. but for the patient's sake i wish we weren't so dependent on luck and serendipity and charity. i mean, i wish it was just a given that if they needed to
FOX
Jan 27, 2013 10:00am PST
jihadists in north africa, exempt it is utterly opposite to the president's foreign policy agenda and either she doesn't really believe that, and she was saying it for her further political prospects or is an utterly... actually does not have a lot of influence with the administration. >> chris: less than a minute left. jeff, benghazi, does that stay as a tarnish? what difference does it make, which what's the big line that claim out? does it stay with her if she decides to run four years from now? >> it certainly stays with her but four years from now will be placed in a broader context and the sound bite will always be with her and i'm not sure that was a mistake, she wanted to be emotioned and she was effective in those hearings, but think of all the sound bites out there from hillary clinton, that is one of many. and, four years from now, you know, who knows? >> chris: what is wrong with us? we're already talking about 2016! thanks, panel. check out panel plus where the group picks up on the web site, forksnewssunday.com, and, be sure to follow us on twitter, @foxnewssunday. up next our
PBS
Dec 31, 2012 9:00pm PST
began we're utterly unpredictable. and i would never want to take that away from folks, even if i'm going to be at the losing end of that every now and then. i want folks to be folks. and to be folks means you got to be unpredictable and often do stuff that's not always good for you. >> so what did you mean recently when you said the new america that we've been talking about, "the new america has a presence, but it has not yet begun to take up the space it deserves"? >> well, i mean, god, listen, when i think about the new america, when i think about that diversity that we were talking about, young people, gay americans. when we were talking about latinos, asian americans. we're talking about immigrants. we're talking about youth. we're talking about city folks. it's kind of a broad coalition. but when i think about the way we present ourselves, when i think about the narratives, hell, if i just got the bestseller list from "the new york times" for the last six months, if i just put the bestseller list just in a roll to you, i was -- listen, for four months, there was only one per
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 3:05am EST
?" and there was. samantha wheeler. what's the secret here, laura? i mean, try and imagine three more utterly different people. what is it they all know that's so threatening? and who else knows? there's a rat. yeah. someone's been in contact with the press, and we must assume they still are. (sighs) where's esmé? were you aware, sir, that at the time esmé ford joined the band that she was bone's lover? were you aware that the bone had two false teeth right at the front? that's because when i found out in 1969, i punched him in the mouth. we didn't discuss the matter further. not necessary. anything else, while we're gazing into each other's eyes? just before she disappeared, esmé ford wrote you a letter. you don't say. do you still have it? (jo screams) spider. spider, spider spider, spider! jo: don't, don't, don't touch it! it ran across my hand! it was ginormous! tarantula? (jo screams again) precisely what is going on here? caroline. baby. how was new york? you've been to new york, haven't you, richie? it was like that. who's this? this is the police. police, this is my wi
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2013 4:00am EST
if you minted a clean that is utterly worthless other than you say so and that is the basis to borrow money, the only people crazier are those who let america barr wrote off the point*. gerri: people will stop believing your promises. not only the american people what to give them down the road. >>he government cannot just keep giving things i wish we would replay this speech by president kennedy. he is a democrat but he clearly said as part of the vision ask not what to your country can do for you but what you can do for your country. weeed to raise americans to believe their responsibility is what they can do for their country. not sit and see what can my country do for me? gerri: governor cut to me it is a pleasure. you can hear much more by tuning in to his show weekend's 8:00 p.m. eastern on fox news. more on the jobs report coming up. the new congress passes a bill approving $10 billion of aid for superstar sandy that is the first of two relief measures making their way through congress. nine point* seven through the national flood insurance program was due to run o of money nex
FOX Business
Jan 17, 2013 6:00pm EST
. >> that is utterly absurd. psychiatrists, psychologists , social workers already are empowered to do what they need to do if insurance companies were not in the way. get them the care that they need. just making a call what will they do? did not have a magic health care system there is a shortage of resources. gerri: if you are my doctor and worried i would hurt others he would not report me to the police? >> no. you're going to the hospital i went to file the requisite paperwork to go to the hospital. it is the prescription to drive people away. why'd you want the government informed? it invokes paranoia and i don't think it is unintended. they believe in the centralized authority and not individual rights and freedoms we see that again from this administration. gerri: why would you have the doctors get involved? >> it is wrongheaded it takes with the trust factor between doctor and patient, but in forming the government? will you imprison them? once you inform the government is wrongheaded. we already know what to do was dangerous patients with the resources in the mental health care system don't
FOX News
Jan 21, 2013 3:00pm PST
-elected so he can be utterly unbound and say exactly what he wants to do. but ide logically i found remarkable speech. >> bret: what did you like about it? >> he spoke emotionally at the end and in a true way the basic equality in the country where he takes the same oath as soldier or immigrant to honor and defend the constitution. his ideology is not mine is one where he takes the role of the defender of the common man. against those in class war against the rest of us. he speaks of it in honoring the constitution and how we are linked in fraternity and allegiance to the country, there is a moving element of that. problematic element of that is one i disagree with and you don't normally find in the inaugural address. you find in the "state of the union." >> bret: what about the rhetorical effort that he makes to continue the never ending journey by bridging meaning of the words of the constitution with the realities of our time? the constitution is a living, breathing thing and needs to adjust to who we are? it sounds like what we hear sometimes in those hearings of of the supreme
CBS
Jan 3, 2013 11:00pm EST
three more utterly different people. what is it they all know that's so threatening? and who else knows? there's a rat. yeah. someone's been in contact with the press, and we must assume they still are. (sighs) where's esmé? were you aware, sir, that at the time esmé ford joined the band that she was bone's lover? were you aware that the bone had two false teeth right at the front? that's because when i found out in 1969, i punched him in the mouth. we didn't discuss the matter further. not necessary. anything else, while we're gazing into each other's eyes? just before she disappeared, esmé ford wrote you a letter. you don't say. do you still have it? (jo screams) spider. spider, spider spider, spider! jo: don't, don't, don't touch it! it ran across my hand! it was ginormous! tarantula? (jo screams again) precisely what is going on here? caroline. baby. how was new york? you've been to new york, haven't you, richie? it was like that. who's this? this is the police. police, this is my wife. it's all go since i've been away. when did you arrive back, ma'am? i don't
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